The men’s singles final at the Austrian Championships (1894-1930)

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  1. Idzznew

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    Not really... Because on Tennisarchives theres more than just the final results..
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    http://www.tennisarchives.com/voorloopfiche.php?wedstrijdvoorloopid=820

    Please check Tennisarchives because a lot of info you are digging up is already there.

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    Alex
     
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    i was refering to the link you gave. but it´s a great site and i make sure to look into it in detail:) thanks
     
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    Thanks Treblings!
     
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    Double-checked and corrected.
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    Here's the complete draw of the men's singles event at the first ever Austrian Championships, held in Prague, Bohemia, from September 28-30, 1894:

    Draw of 7

    First round

    H.W. Gandon (GBR) d. R. Negraw 6-3, 6-0
    A. Harden d. R. De Vittorelli 9-7, 6-0
    H. Voss d. G.S. Stone 6-3, 2-6, 6-3

    Ernst Weizsäcker had a bye.
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    Semi-finals

    H.W. Gandon (GBR) d. A. Harden 6-3, 6-1
    H. Voss d. Ernst Weizsäcker 6-2, 6-3
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    Final

    H.W. Gandon (GBR) d. H. Voss 6-0, 6-1, 6-3
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    Sources: “Prager Tagblatt” and “Pastime”.
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